USA Today

Friday, September 13, 2002

Twenty years ago this week, USAToday was born. The first national, general-interest daily newspaper revolutionized the way news was presented. Readers were drawn to its short stories and colorful graphics. Advertisers were not, and it took the Gannett company more than a decade to turn a profit. But it's profitable now. Host Bob Garfield talks to USAToday editor Karen Jurgensen.

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